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‘Gears of War’ Helped Me Come Out

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That kind of insensitive banter has fallen out of fashion; in some circles it has become anathema. I get it. Kids can be cruel, and...
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How Should Parents Interpret Screen-Time Recommendations?

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“The gist of the WHO recommendations is that small children should be spending more time in active play and less time being sedentary—and that the...
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The Hottest Chat App for Teens Is Google Docs

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When the kids in Skyler’s school want to tell a friend something in class, they don’t scrawl a note down on a tiny piece of...
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The Momo Challenge Is Not Real

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The Momo challenge wasn’t real then, and it isn’t real now. YouTube confirmed that, contrary to press reports, it hasn’t seen any evidence of videos...
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When Kids Google Themselves – The Atlantic

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Not all kids react poorly to finding out they’ve been living an unwitting life online. Some are thrilled. In fourth grade, Nate searched his name...
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Google’s New Patents Aim to Make Your Home a Data Mine

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If this sounds invasive, it’s important to recognize this is already happening, just online. Google and Facebook both record and analyze user behavior, use it...